This book was set on the Linotype in ELECTRA, designed by W. A. Dwiggins . The Electra face is a simple and readable type suitable for printing books by present-day processes. It is not based on any historical model, and hence does not echo any particular time or fashion. It is without eccentricities to catch the eye and interfere with reading--in general, its aim is to perform the function of a good book printing-type: to be read, and not seen.
The book was composed, printed, and bound by The Plimpton Press, Norwood, Massachusetts. Designed by Harry Ford.